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Top Stories: High-profile political strategists are choosing to work for SuperPACs instead of campaigns, because of more money, less travel, and more freedom to use the tactics they prefer. Suspense is building as Egypt's first post-revolution presidential election is just three days away. With traditional jobs drying up, more men are going into fields that that were previously dominated by women.
Arts: Theater critic Ben Brantley argues for more "sitting ovations" as the standing ovations has become so common that it's lost it's meaning.
World: The death of Pan Am bomber Abdel Ali al-Megrahi has reignited the debate over his early release.
Politics: Earmarks have created a new military spending scandal: "In the 1980s, the military had its infamous $800 toilet seat. Today, it has a $17,000 drip pan."